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Written by Jesse MacDonald
Many AU students agree that there is something for everyone at their school, and they are rarely ever bored. Though the school's population is relatively small and has fewer parties compared to state schools, many claim that it is worth it for the culture present in DC and the surrounding area.
Upon arrival at AU, the adjustment period can be tough for people not accustomed to an urban setting. However, making friends is quite easy here for even the shyest of students because of the small, tight-knit AU community. Students here, for the most part, have no problems expressing themselves socially or academically. It seems that a "work hard, play hard" philosophy best suits the students at American University.
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